Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris branded his aspect’s Europa League exit a ‘shame’ after Slavia Prague staged a miraculous comeback to knock the Lilywhites out of the competitors.
The Croatian aspect trailed 2-Zero after the primary leg of their last-16 tie however gained the return 3-Zero after additional time as Mislav Orsic’s gorgeous hat-trick snatched them a spot within the quarter-final draw.
Jose Mourinho accused his gamers of missing professionalism following the match and admitted that saying he was unhappy ‘wasn’t sufficient’ for Spurs followers.
Lloris was in an equally despondent temper and mentioned the gamers have to take full duty for his or her capitulation.
“It’s only a shame”, he advised BT Sport. “I simply hope everybody within the coaching room feels accountable of the scenario as a result of it’s a shame.
“No what can I say extra about it? Speaking in regards to the sport of Sunday, I believe it’s not the suitable second. The style of the defeat tonight is simply greater than painful, and we’re all accountable.”
Requested whether or not it was a extra painful defeat than Sunday’s north London derby loss to Arsenal, he replied: “It’s simply accumulation. Clearly we’re a membership filled with ambition, however I simply suppose the staff in the meanwhile is only a [reflection] of what’s occurring within the membership.
“We’ve got lack of fundamentals, lack of fundamentals, and all our performances are simply in relation of that, you understand.
“Mentally we must be stronger, we must be extra aggressive. Immediately I didn’t really feel that on the sphere, sadly when you’re not prepared at this degree you pay right away.
“There’s high quality in every single place in Europe and should you don’t respect the opponent it’s form of punishment and that’s form of what occurred right this moment. Full credit score belonged to the opponent as nicely as a result of they play the sport filled with perception, however the blame is on us, all of the staff, all of the membership, we’re responsible.”